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Canadian Musician - January/February 2001

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January/February 2001 - Vol. XXIII, No. 1


Our Lady Peace

by Rod Christie

Our Lady Peace returned to the studio at a break-neck pace between tours this past summer, and the result is their latest album, Spiritual Machines, which came out an astounding 14 months since their last one. Why so quick? This question, plus many more will be answered in this guide to their latest effort.



by Rod Christie

Vancouver's own Gob share how they prepared their latest record, The World According To ... gob, and what techniques they used to capture the band's best album to date.


Nelly Furtado

by Jeff Pearce

Perhaps one of the biggest "buzz" artists to surface in Canada this year, Nelly Furtado speaks about tracking her debut album, Woah, Nelly!, playing on past Lilith Fair dates, and what influences she has been able to mould into her own sound.


Music Education

by Dave Johnston

This January/February issue of Canadian Musician features our annual focus on Music Education. We study what options are available for musicians of all levels to improve their abilities. Areas of focus unclude: traditional lessons, discussing the importance of one-on-one interaction; literature, including books (both theory and 'how-to') and songbooks; instructional videos; educational CD-ROMs and software; and last, but certainly not least, the Internet and the instructional abilities it holds.


DIY: Are Cassette Tapes Dead?


Changes: Remembering Scott Smith...and more!


Showcase: Ronnie Hayward, Roland Nipp and Alex Baird

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